By DAVID CARKHUFF/THE LACONIA DAILY SUN
GILMANTON — On the town ballot, challenger Don Guarino and incumbent Marshall Bishop are running for a three-year seat on the board of selectmen; while a pair of three-year school board terms drew three candidates, Michelle (Smithers) Heyman, Michael Teunessen and incumbent Frank Weeks, according to the final list of people who filed to run for office.
Deadline to file was Friday, Feb. 3. The ballot election for town and school offices will be held on Tuesday, March 14, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., upstairs at the Gilmanton Academy Building.
For town offices, three people filed to run for two three-year terms on Budget Committee: Deborah Fletcher, incumbent Brian Forst and Grace Sisti. Incumbent John L. Dickey was sole filer for a three-year seat on the cemetery board. Dickey and Robert E. Richards filed for re-election to two, three-year terms as trustees of trust funds. Incumbent Martha Levesque was sole filer for a three-year seat on the library board. Michelle Descoteaux, Bambi Benton and Nancy MacArthur — all appointees to the supervisor of the checklist — filed for three positions on that board of varying terms. Incumbent Debra A. Cornett was sole filer for a three-year term of town clerk/tax collector. Incumbent Glen Waring will face challenger Joseph Haas in a bid for treasurer, after Haas filed to run late Friday, just prior to closing.
School candidate papers filed with the school clerk at the SAU office included the following candidates: Deborah Wheeler, seeking re-election to school treasurer (one-year term); Mark Sisti, seeking re-election to moderator (one-year term); Rachel Frechette Hatch, seeking re-election to school district clerk (one-year term); and Heyman, Teunessen and Weeks vying for two three-year school board terms.
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